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 11-13-2017 05:52 PM
 malcomlittle
 
My friend told me Cricket is having a lot of issues with these new plans. Anybody going through growing pains?
 
 11-13-2017 06:01 PM
 Jonny_Duck
 
Originally posted by malcomlittle:
My friend told me Cricket is having a lot of issues with these new plans. Anybody going through growing pains?


I spent the last year with T-Mo and was planning on going back to Cricket for Black Friday. I'm not sure if you're asking if ppl are having "issues" by being kicked off plans, or if customers think it's too expensive...but I'm in the camp that think they're out of my range now. I'm currently shopping for alternatives and hopefully I can find a decent carrier for my time going forward.
 
 11-13-2017 06:04 PM
 blacksurfer
 
Originally posted by malcomlittle:
My friend told me Cricket is having a lot of issues with these new plans. Anybody going through growing pains?


What type of issues? Has anyone complained to Cricket management?
 
 11-14-2017 02:48 AM
Hogan773
 
Originally posted by ksych1:
Well a REAL NETWORK, would be location and individual dependant. Metro offers 4 for 100, is that a bad deal for someone in a strong TMobile area? Of course not. Boost offers 5 for 100, if they are in a strong Sprint area are they stupid for taking it? Of course not. So where you are these may not be viable alternatives and that's fine, you are free to choose and use whomever you want (as I've said it's your money, you spend it however you choose to, nobody has any right to validate or critique your choice) but for others those could be perfectly fine viable choices. I don't think crickets new pricing is terrible to be honest. All depends on what works for you. If you require att and Verizon, probably not going to find anything cheaper mainstream.


4 for $100 is $25 each. Is that all-in or are there taxes? So that would be $1 cheaper than the $26 I would pay on a groupshare that I have with Cricket. And on an inferior coverage network of T-Mobile.

5 for $100 is $20 each. Is that all-in or are there taxes? Sorry though whatever the price I can't do Sprint on my phone. I travel a lot. I can't be telling my clients or boss that I can't join the call because I am out of cellphone coverage since I am 16 miles outside the city center. I need a real network. If someone happens to live in a strong Sprint area and they never leave that area, then sure I can see trying to save a few bucks.
 
 11-14-2017 03:12 AM
ksych1
 
Originally posted by Hogan773:
4 for $100 is $25 each. Is that all-in or are there taxes? So that would be $1 cheaper than the $26 I would pay on a groupshare that I have with Cricket. And on an inferior coverage network of T-Mobile.

5 for $100 is $20 each. Is that all-in or are there taxes? Sorry though whatever the price I can't do Sprint on my phone. I travel a lot. I can't be telling my clients or boss that I can't join the call because I am out of cellphone coverage since I am 16 miles outside the city center. I need a real network. If someone happens to live in a strong Sprint area and they never leave that area, then sure I can see trying to save a few bucks.


Yea both metro and boost have all in pricing. Whether or not the networks work for you is only a choice you can make. Where I'm at TMobile is a stronger network than att.
 
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